Vol. 37 Nbr. 1, January - January 2014
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- Pluralism anxiety and globalization: development of constitutional law in the new framework.
- Building a new future: the 2022 FIFA World Cup as a potential catalyst for labor reform in Qatar.
- Why Honduras should not jump on the ban wagon: a study of open pit mining bans and their pitfalls.
- Too big to tackle? The persistent problem of pirate fishing and the new focus on port state measures.
- Housing over handcuffs: the criminalization of homelessness in Hungary.
- First Circuit ruling prevents Persian antiquities from being attached under Terrorism Risk Insurance Act.
- Plaintiff's financial loss considered sufficient nexus for commercial activity exception of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.
- No nexus, no problem: no jurisdictional error related to defendant's conviction for drug trafficking overseas.
- Ninth Circuit enforces Japanese judgment against church under California Uniform Foreign Country Money Judgments Recognition Act.
- Habitual residence, changing custody rights, and wrongful retention and removal under the Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.